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Dec 2, 2013 6:30pm PST
earnings next year. >>> meanwhile, the obama administration met its self-imposed deadline to have the government website back on track and running smoothly for the vast majority of users next month, but despite that, there are numbers still plaguing the use a useers. >> reporter: jakim says it has been a lot easier to enroll people for the health care insurance than last month. >> a couple of weeks ago you couldn't do anything. >> reporter: last week he was able to help people apply and shop all in one sitting. >> people came in, and in half an hour, they found insurance. >> reporter: not so today. although the obama administration says it more than doubled the capacity of the insurance marketplace to handle 50,000 users at a time, after five weeks of trouble shooting. by late are morning, more than 375,000 people had gone into the site, landing in a virtual waiting room that holds their place in an on-line queue. but if the front end remains slow, the insurers say the big problem is the back end of the marketplace, the actual planned enrollment system continues to generate faulty inf
Dec 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
in which a member of the campaign team from 2012 for president obama said, "after a while it just seemed like everyone was thinking about who was going to play them in the next version of "game change," which is the campaign book that was written by mark halperin and john heilemann about the 2008 campaign, best-seller. and again, that sort of goes to the larger cinematic sense that people have with themselves here. there's this sense of preening, a sense of, "who's going to play me in the movie? will i get a cameo playing myself in the movie?" as people in the "game change" movie did. that's another scene in here. and again, it's a sort of blame -- it's a sort of blurring of the larger class of fame, of really the ruling class in the public perception game. that i think is as much a part of this decadence as really anything else. >> i was surprised when i read the book, because i have followed your reporting. and you were reporting good stories, anecdotal stories, and fact-driven stories. but they didn't seem to have the narrative arc that emerges in this. was that something you c
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